Last year, Lonely Planet predicted the travel future by naming Canada the top country to visit in 2017. Canada's exciting foodie scene was among the many things highlighted by the travel guide publication, and you need just one look at Canada's 100 Best Restaurants of 2017...
2014 sort of started in slow motion but by the end we were spinning in our seats trying to catch up with all the year’s awesome movies. In a year stuffed with superheroes behind and in front of the camera, here are the 2014 flicks we think represented the finest feats of film
Toronto’s event scene in 2014 was bigger, better, and more out-of-the-box than ever before. Whether it was in the name of a charity, or just a good, old-fashioned party (which never hurts), there seemed to be a memorable event nearly every week in 2014. But only 10 made our list as the best in the city
Ah, celebrities; the people we idolize, adore, and sometimes just downright despise. From the biggest breakups, to political hook-ups and untimely goodbyes, we’ve highlighted 10 of the most memorable – and straight up shocking – moments of 2014. Read on to learn about what ‘broke the internet’, the ‘golden tweet’ and the quirkiest publicity stunts
The year 2012 saw an invasion of restaurants in the city. Some 150 new joints opened up – that's an average of about 13 per month, and three to four weekly – bringing the city's restaurant quotient to an even higher level of near-absurdity. But we aren't complaining... our waistlines, however
Summerlicious has arrived again in the city, kicking off on July 6th and feeding hungry diners through to the 22nd. The prix-fixe extravaganza sees about 180 of Toronto's top restaurants serving up three-course lunches and dinners for $15, $25, $35, or $45 fixed prices. Talk about a notable deal, right? So, to help you navigate through the best bets, here's your Notable Top 10 Summerlicious Restaurants